Nov 17, 2013 4:00pm EST
might use it at the planters paid travel. also if slaves were out. the expectation was made clear that if there's a slave revolt in trinidad they were supposed to help suppress the. they were supposed to catch runaways are not receive them into their communities. so it's only in the 1830s the british will make a concerted effort, parliament passes law for the gradual emancipation through this conversation apprenticeship horrendously cheap on the west indies. often enslave people get impatient with this and they will rise up and demand more immediate freedom. so it is a tangled process, but it is through it is around civil war. that's fairly easy to do with the political center is in london in the planter class has limited power by the team 30s in parliament. much less so than that. and he has studied so well when the planter passes far more in parliament and it was in 1830s. >> another question here. this is the last one. i'm just wondering, did the british can did her son and then to sierra leone? was that an option or too far ordered the freed slaves simply not want to go back?